3 Replies to “Carrots, sticks… and other ways to motivate”

  1. Great info and straight to the point. I don’t know if this is really the best place to ask but do you people have any thoughts on where to get some professional writers? Thx 🙂

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    1. Hi Wilmer, I do not have a clue where to get professional writers. I am experimenting and learning by writing. This is a thought-provoking tool for me that has evolved over time… I was originally stuck in bed for a week, I got bored and decided to write. I do appreciate good sources of information, I was a microbiologist before I became a therapist. Hence the scientist in me likes good quality info!!! many thanks!!!!

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  2. Hello Christie, I understand that there are leaps in logic as the style is emergent. I do not pretend to be a professional writer – I am learning to experiment and planning to take a writing course to hone my writing skills when I get back to Europe after a year in Central America. When it comes to make someone a believer – this is an internal process, your personal journey. I do not aim to substitute coaching or therapy with writing. I want to create some thought provoking pieces and I recognise that I can learn more. I will consider the leaps in logic when taking a writing course. Many thanks!

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